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About: niagara falls, new york

Niagara Falls is one of the U.S.'s top ten tourist attractions, as almost ten million people visit annually. Despite its efforts, this city struggles to keep up with its Canadian neighbor, Niagara Falls, Ontario which boasts a stronger tourism industry and economy. At its peak, Niagara Falls' population was over 100,000, but has declined by about 50%, as industries shut down and people go elsewhere for employment.

Population: 55593
Local Newspapers: Niagara Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Niagara Falls Sox (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Niagara University

Zip Codes associated with niagara falls, new york: 14301 14303 14304 14305
Towns/Cities near niagara falls, new york : Lockport Wheatfield Tonawanda Lewiston Ransomville Youngstown

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UB School of Law announces new graduate program in environmental law

"Whether advocating the position of a public interest group, a corporate client, a government agency or a private citizen, almost every area of legal practice today touches upon some aspect of environmental law." BUFFALO, N.Y. The University at Buffalo School of Law has developed a new graduate program in environmental law designed to prepare the next generation of global leaders in environmental scholarship, research and public policy.

VIDEO: Second annual Project Connect Niagara to be held Wednesday

Project Connect Niagara, an event designed to connect those in need with critical services in a "one-stop" venue, will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at Heart, Love & Soul Food Pantry & Dining Room, located at 939 Ontario Ave., Niagara Falls. The event will feature more than 45 organizations offering information, referrals and assistance to anyone who may be in need of help.

Food Finds: A generation later

Due to my last name I'm occasionally asked the following : "Are you related to Kate DiCamillo?" [the award-winning children's book author]: In the early 1980s, once the economy got going again, gourmet food was being rediscovered - this time not by plutocrats hovering over three-martini lunches at the Four Seasons, but by yuppies and foodies who'd grown up on Wonder Bread and bologna - and had a hankering for something better, more substantial; something ethnic, upscale, and simply better tasting. In short, there was a new call for real food.

Go-kart driver, 34, killed in roadway crash with car in Niagara Falls

A Western New York man is dead after driving a go-kart on a roadway and crashing into a car. The Niagara Falls Police Department says a 34-year-old man from Niagara Falls was driving a high-performance go-kart Saturday afternoon on the 1900 block of Buffalo Avenue.

Niagara Falls man killed in crash involving go-kart

Police say they were called to the 1900 block of Buffalo Ave., around 2:45 p.m. Saturday for crash involving a go-kart and car. Police say a 34-year-old Niagara Falls man was driving the go-kart on the road after having new equipment installed on it at a nearby auto shop.

Ex-firefighter gets prison for torching black fireman's home

A former New York firefighter said stupidity, not racism, spurred him to set a fire that destroyed a black colleague's apartment. Matthew Jurado was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison for the blaze at Kenneth Walker's home last August.

Upstate NY man convicted of trying to arrange murder of wife, mother-in-law

Benito Lendof-Gonzalez has been found guilty of attempted murder and criminal solicitation in an alleged murder-for-hire plot to kill his wife and mother-in-law. After several hours of deliberations, jurors found Lendof-Gonzalez, of Lockport, guilty on two counts of first-degree attempted murder, two counts of second-degree attempted murder and one count of criminal solicitation.

Park Police put watercraft users on alert

The New York State Park Police reminds boaters and Jet Ski operators that operating in the federally restricted exclusionary zone above Niagara Falls is prohibited. Violators will face charges for entering this restricted area by either state or federal authorities.

St. Vincent de Paul Society to open new store in Niagara Falls

The gift of a building from a Youngstown businessman will allow the Society of St. Vincent de Paul to resume retail operations in Niagara Falls. Richard Hastings donated the former business school, located at 1601 Main St., not far from the Rapids Theater and the new Amtrak station.

Ortt delivers a total of $55,000 to Western Niagara County libraries

Pictured from left: Lewiston Public Library Director Jill Palermo, Ransomville Free Library Director Phila Ibaugh, Sanborn-Pekin Free Library Director Linda Deeks, Sen. Rob Ortt, Niagara Falls Public Library Director Sarah Potwin, North Tonawanda Public Library Director Kevin Wall, Youngstown Free Library Director Sonora Miller and North Tonawanda Library board of trustees member Deborah Galas. New York State Sen. Rob Ortt on Wednesday delivered a total of $55,000 in state funding to the public libraries in western Niagara County.

Second poll shows Cuomo plummeting

The second voter survey in two weeks shows Gov. Andrew Cuomo "N" 'N " 'N- ' ... " 'N- ' ...s job approval rating plummeting to a near record low. According to the Siena College poll , Cuomo's job performance rating dropped to 43 percent.

DelSignore Civic Building in Niagara Falls closed for cleaning

The Angelo A. DelSignore Civic Building, the Third Street courthouse facility in Niagara Falls, has been temporarily closed until Thursday due to dust from a construction project. The court building was closed after particulate matter was released during the removal of a first-floor vault door on Monday by a private contractor.

DelSignore Building Closed Wednesday

Niagara Falls, NY Niagara County and The Eighth Judicial District have temporarily closed the Angelo A. DelSignore Civic Building, the Third Street courthouse facility in Niagara Falls that houses the county Family Court and several state Supreme Court justices and their staffs, until Thursday, due to dust from a construction project. The court building was closed after a release of particulate matter of indeterminate composition while the material was tested.

Erie County Sheriffa s Office makes first BWI of the season

Steven Villont, 46, of Niagara Falls, was arrested July 16 in the Erie Barge Canal area in the City of Tonawanda. The Marine Unit observed the vessel, operated by Villont, violating navigational laws.

State Police Announce New Troop D Commander

Major Rougeux began his career with the New York State Police in 1986 and has served most of his career in Central New York. Major Rougeux grew up in Niagara Falls, NY and is a 1982 graduate of the College of Brockport.

Cuomo Unveils Developer For Hotel Niagara

After seizing the mothballed Hotel Niagara to jumpstart development there, the state has selected Ed Reilly to revive the 1930s era landmark with the same level of success he had renovating the historic Syracuse Hotel in the middle of the state. Reilly bought the hotel for $1 and says he plans to seek an additional $3,5 million in state and local subsidies from historic restoration tax credits and other sources.

Second annual Project Connect Niagara scheduled for July 26

Project Connect Niagara, an event designed to connect those in need with critical services in a "one-stop" venue, will take place from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 26, at Heart, Love & Soul Food Pantry & Dining Room, 939 Ontario Ave., Niagara Falls. The event will feature more than 45 organizations offering information, referrals and assistance to anyone who may be in need of help.

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